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blocks from the shell refinery. >> it's the first line of defense for us against the many mishaps that could happen. >> in addition to the station in martinez, the others earmarked for closure are in walnut creek on hawthorne driver, loafer, and clayton on center avenue. >> this will leave clayton with absolutely no fire stations in our city. >> the stations were marked by contra costa county fire officials to save $10 mall year. officials warn that if a park tax measure failed last month this would happen and the measure did fail. >> we're at a place now where we don't have an awful lot of options available to us. >> fire officials say they made decisions based on call volume at each station and proximity to other stations. firefighters say closing the stations will increase response times. >> we'll have to reconsider our tactics, maybe not go in because when you go into in to do an interior fire attack, you need to have necessary backup on the outside. >> supervisors asked the fire chief to come back with more information on specific stations and possible alternatives. >> it's m
time to get all the necessary materials turned over to the defense. >> the victim's family and friends were in court today but declined to court. the two suspects are due back in court on january 16th. >>> richmond city officials say they want the public to have more input before chevron repairs its damaged refinery. chevron wants to replace pipes that failed last august causing that massive fire with an alloy known as nine cream yum. this city of richmond wants more expert opinions on the choice of materials to make sure that the safest alternatives are being used. the city manager will schedule a public meeting after that report is complete. >>> at least a dozen california lawmakers billed the state for repairs or upgrades to their state-provided cars then later bought those vehicles. an ap report finds that some lawmakers used taxpayer dollars to repair those cars shortly before they bought them as their personal vehicles. for example, former republican senate leader bob dutton spent almost 6 thousand taxpayer dollars to repair his 2005 chevy tahoe and democratic senator of san le y
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